Governor Parson to Attend Ribbon-Cutting, as Quaker Windows & Doors Celebrates 1st Anniversary in Eldon
Eldon, MO –– This month will mark the 1-year anniversary of Quaker Windows and Doors opening its manufacturing facility and offices in Eldon, MO. The manufacturing plant and office build-out in Eldon were Phases 1 and 2 of Quaker’s multi-phase Eldon expansion plan for the 160-acre campus.
This Thursday, May 6th, Missouri Governor Mike Parson will be visiting Quaker’s Eldon campus. Governor Parson will tour the new state-of-the-art 200,000 square foot commercial window manufacturing facility and offices. Following the tour, Gov. Parson will take part in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the 1-year Anniversary of the plant opening and the 160+ jobs that the new Eldon facility has created in just one incredibly challenging year.
As part of the ribbon-cutting ceremony, Governor Parsons will join the Quaker Owners, CEO Kevin Blansett, and invited guests to officially announce the start of construction and share details on Eldon Phase III project and the new jobs it will be creating upon completion.
In addition, Quaker is expanding both first and second shift career opportunities at both the Eldon and Freeburg/Maries campuses. Visit www.QuakerCareers.com for more information. Currently, Quaker has over 150 employees in Eldon, with over 1,000 employees at the Freeburg/Maries Campus and was just again voted “2020 Missouri’s Best Large Employer” by Missouri Magazine.